J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-30-2018

Amway Founders Heritage & Values: Fundamentals of Success

Market Capitalism and Caring for “the Least of These” – in All things

Earlier this year Pope Francis’ apostolic exhortation, The Joy of the Gospel, received a lot of attention from the mass media, so I decided to read it. I started reading it and my spirits were immediately lifted by the exuberance of the opening pages. The joy of the gospel about which Pope Francis speaks so eloquently in his apostolic exhortation comes from living one’s life in Christ. A most significant part of that life of joy comes in loving our neighbor, especially that neighbor who is one of the least that Christ talks of in Matthew 25 with such compassion. How we can best love and serve that neighbor is not always easy to determine in our modern economy but a look at the Pope’s discussion of the social dimensions of the gospel, especially his emphasis on the workings of the free market and its exploitation of the poor, might give us some direction. 

Some people continue to defend trickle-down theories which assume that economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inevitably succeed in bringing about greater justice and inclusiveness in the world. There are theologians who argue that the poor benefit greatly by a capitalistic system. If we took a survey of poverty around the world, I suspect we would find it difficult to discern a measurable trickle-down effect from modern capitalism. Certainly statistics on American wealth and poverty indicate that the top 1 or 5 percent are getting wealthier, almost everyone else is getting poorer, and income disparity of astounding proportions is still wretchedly apparent. What concerns me as a Christian, is the way so many Christians preach Free Market capitalism as if it is a doctrine of the Christian faith. 

Most Christians I encounter who are in business or banking or business education at the college level or a part of that amorphous group called the Religious Right view the Free Market with benign acceptance. For them, John Schneider and Novak speak with more authority than the Pope or Kuyper. 

Keywords: [“Kuyper”,”Pope”,”poor”]
Source: https://inallthings.org/market-capitalism-and-caring-for-the-least…

Poverty Capitalism: Interview with Ananya Roy

Ananya Roy: Microfinance is one of those rare poverty alleviation ideas whose popularity cuts across the ideological spectrum. Proponents of social justice have hailed microfinance as an instrument to fight the redlining of the poor by exclusionary financial institutions. Although microfinance is not a substantial sector in the budgets of multilateral and bilateral donors, it is quite literally everywhere in the world of development, repeatedly touted as a poverty panacea. New portals of development, such as Kiva.org, have also made it possible for the globally minded citizens of the global North to feel an immediate and intimate connection to microfinance and to the poor women who are most often microfinance borrowers. There are at least two distinct paradigms at work within the world of microfinance: one where microfinance is a global financial industry and an increasingly profitable asset class; the second where microfinance is a part of an overall package of pro-poor development. 

Ananya Roy: Yes, this is a fundamental contradiction that lies at the heart of microfinance, and indeed many other poverty-alleviation efforts as well. Many proponents of microfinance see it as an alternative to state-led development, and as testament to the entrepreneurial efforts of the poor. Ananya Roy: Microfinance bears many of the characteristics of subprime lending. Very few genres of microfinance tackle such issues; those that do not systematically depoliticize the question of poverty. Josh Leon: Microfinance has long been applied in rural settings, an obvious place to look for the world’s poor. 

Ananya Roy: Many poverty alleviation interventions have been developed and implemented in rural areas-such as the famous conditional cash transfer programs of Mexico and Brazil and the microfinance programs of Bangladesh. Ananya Roy: Your poetic question is about microfinance but it also speaks to broader trends-to millennial challenges and hopes. 

Keywords: [“Microfinance”,”Poverty”,”Development”]
Source: https://fpif.org/poverty_capitalism_interview_with_ananya_roy

why is capitalism good

That’s why i think capitalism has it’s strong propaganda too and i don’t see any different between propaganda’s of capitalism and socialism. If we analyze their situation we see that good socialism is better than bad capitalism while socialism is for people and not for millionaires. Yes today i think that good socialism is better than bad capitalism, but if someone will ask me which one is better for me, as person who born in post-soviet union country i choose Socialism for my country while capitalism failed in eastern European countries. The main argument that says capitalism is bad goes like this: people need to be controlled or the greedy and the powerful will use the good hard-working people of the earth and destroy the earth while they are at it. To understand why capitalism is good consider the alternative. 

Capitalism like democracy believes that men are basically good and when they act on their enlighten self-interest society as a whole is lifted to a higher level, just compare North Korea and South Korea. I live in Eastern Europe in a ex-communist country and for anyone who thinks capitalism is wrong or evil or does not work, should come here and see what the alternatives to capitalism did to the people of many countries. It should be noted that crony capitalism should not be confused with true capitalism. As outlandish as this may seem, capitalism is a good thing, maybe not the best system to have, but it is the best one we have got. The current American system of capitalism is rife with discrimination, sexism, and willingness to not reward people for their hard work. 

True capitalism does not discriminate, if two people do the same of work, then they should get the same amount of pay, regardless of gender, race, or anything else. Capitalism is a good thing as it provides us all a motivation and a chance to succeed; and don’t think for a minute that what we have today is capitalist, because it is not. 

Keywords: [“capitalism”,”government”,”people”]
Source: http://gopplatform2008.com/essayshark/why-is-capitalism-good

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-29-2018

Atmosphere, Attitude, and Action by Rich DeVos

Journal of Prisoners on Prisons

General Information For 25 years, the Journal of Prisoners on Prisons has been a prisoner written, academically oriented and peer reviewed, non-profit journal, based on the tradition of the penal press. It brings the knowledge produced by prison writers together with academic arguments to enlighten public discourse about the current state of carceral institutions. This is particularly important because with few exceptions, definitions of deviance and constructions of those participating in these defined acts are incompletely created by social scientists, media representatives, politicians and those in the legal community. These analyses most often promote self-serving interests, omit the voices of those most affected, and facilitate repressive and reactionary penal policies and practices. As a result, the JPP attempts to acknowledge the accounts, experiences, and criticisms of the criminalized by providing an educational forum that allows women and men to participate in the development of research that concerns them directly. 

In an age where `crime` has become lucrative and exploitable, the JPP exists as an important alternate source of information that competes with popularly held stereotypes and misconceptions about those who are currently, or those who have in the past, faced the deprivation of liberty. Below, you can download individual articles from the issue via our new Open Journal Systems website that we will be migrating all our back issues to in 2018. You can also purchase printed copies of the issue via the University of Ottawa Press. To subscribe or purchase hard copies of the journal that sustain the publication and allow us to send issues to prisoners, please visit the University of Ottawa Press website. The JPP is currently accepting submissions for VOLUME 27, which will include at least one general issue. 

For more details about the project, please download the call for papers. Coinciding with the 20th anniversary of Convict Criminology, Andreas Aresti and Sacha Darke – both of the University of Westminster in the United Kingdom – will be editing a special issue of the JPP featuring contributions on a variety of topics, including, but not limited to the coproduction of knowledge, auto-ethnography, action research, supporting current and former prisoners in higher education, and the internationalisation of CC. For more details about the project, please download the call for papers. 

Keywords: [“issue”,”Journal”,”prisoner”]
Source: http://jpp.org

New Study on Rising Suicide Rates in the US Suggests Capitalism Is Quite Literally Killing Americans

A study released late last week showed that suicide rates have risen significantly across the country. Mental Health America estimates that 30 to 70 percent of Americans who end their own lives are suffering from either severe depression or bipolar disorder. According to a study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 54 percent of Americans who committed suicide in 27 states in 2015 had no known mental health condition. The CDC study, which examined suicide rates in all 50 states between 1999 and 2016, found that the rate of Americans taking their own lives increased by an alarming 38 to 58 percent in 12 states, 31 to 37 percent in another 12 states, and 19 percent to 30 percent in another 12 states. The CDC found that on average, suicide rates jumped by more than 30 percent for all 50 states. 

In 2011, The Federal Reserve Bank of New York published a report showing that student debt had risen by 511 percent over a 12-year period. Student debt continued to increase at a catastrophic rate, with the New York Fed finding that the average American household has roughly 828 percent more student debt in 2017 than in 1999. The Kaiser Family Foundation found that between 1999 and 2017, health insurance premiums increased by more than 200 percent. In the meantime, wage growth for the bottom 90 percent of American workers has been at a standstill since the start of the 21st century. Even though workers saw an average 15 percent increase in wages during the 1990s, data from the Economic Policy Institute shows that the vast majority of wage earners saw no cumulative growth in real annual wages between 1999 and 2013 despite worker productivity increasing by approximately 71 percent. 

When the troubling rise in American suicide rates is taken in context with the relentless redistribution of wealth from the bottom 90 percent to the top 1 percent that took place over the same period, the culprit behind the wave of suicides is abundantly clear. If local, state, and federal governments don’t take drastic steps to correct the inequality plaguing society, the trend of rising suicide rates will only continue. 

Keywords: [“percent”,”American”,”suicide”]
Source: https://off-guardian.org/2018/06/13/new-study-on-rising-suicide…

John Berger, Enemy of Neoliberal Capitalism

Berger also directs his anger at the lying and hypocrisy that permeated. The only reason I’m not naming some of the notables who signed the letter is because Berger chose not to. In 1945 and 2002, the cynical and opportunistic misuse of both language and history for Berger was directly complicit in the perpetuation of violence on a mass scale, in which non-Western peoples are destroyed without remorse and the identity of the victims is irrelevant to the perpetrators or to American consumers of dominant media outlets. Berger concurs with the overview of the Zapatista leader Marcos that the end of the Cold War is the start of the 4th World War, meaning a struggle between a reconfigured field of global agents for markets and resources amid which the logic of financialization is extended to all aspects of life. One of Berger’s key essays here is Against the Great Defeat of the World from 1997 with its extraordinary recuperation of Bosch’s Garden of Earthly Delights. 

One can imagine what must have been Berger’s impatience or irritation with post-modern notions of a borderless rhizomatic global surface of flows and seamless circuits that somehow had leveled established hierarchies and redistributed power to the multitude. Perhaps most important is Berger’s refusal of the enforced invisibility of the immense global underclass, its desperation, and its hopes. Berger’s own work was never an application of Marxist theory. One repeatedly encounters the consonance between Berger’s thinking and crucial sections in the German Ideology and the 1844 Manuscripts. I’ll conclude with one of the many instances in which Berger reclaims a work from the past for its value as an opening onto the chaos of our own time. 

Berger here turns to Simone Weil for her avowal that the one of hardest tasks we face is the recognition of affliction, the recognition that the sufferer exists. For Berger, what Gericault’s portrait retains for us in the present is simply a trace of the fragile human faculty of compassion. 

Keywords: [“Berger”,”art”,”work”]
Source: http://politicsslashletters.org/john-berger-enemy-neoliberal-capitalism

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-28-2018


Amway Founders Heritage & Values: What is Amway doing?

Class Struggle 125, June-August, 2018

We need workers control of as the class struggle intensifies the state’s ability production based on workers councils to contain opposition peacefully within the and the socialisation under workers framework of parliament is strained. That could only prolong its life at the expense of the lives of the world’s workers and poor farmers, 5 Class Struggle #125 June-August – 2018. We call on the as they can deceive the U.S. masses they do not international working class to rise to the defense care that the world knows the U.S. has no more of the Palestinian people, of the Syrian people and interest in Middle East peace than its pet monsters the working masses of the Middle East. 

Salute the workers of South Africa who are leading The worsening economic situation as a result of the the way in the regional struggles against slow international recovery and stagnating prices imperialism both western and eastern and inspiring of minerals and other natural resources has workers in other countries to take independent and affected the working class and the poor mostly. This is but a dismissals of workers without any benefits and without clear class struggle that must be fought in terms of the following even the basic requirements of bourgeoisie class means and not through reformist and legalistic labour rules guiding retrenchments and dismissals. The necessary to reverse the losses suffered by the workers management went on to use the memoranda as well as since 2016.To sustain the strike and the sit in working the complicity of the union to isolate workers and class solidarity is paramount. It is clear that for workers to live and Mayday as a ritual ‘celebration’ and make it a call 18 Class Struggle #125 June-August – 2018. For this to of Brazil and Latin America is the independent happen workers have to be militantly organised and political struggle of the working class against the armed with a revolutionary strategy and program. 

Organized spontaneous direct actions at the airports against the Muslim Ban and against torture Bourgeois talking heads won’t tell you the real committed at San Francisco Airport by Homeland effects of a 10% drop of stock market prices in the Security, and the spread from state to state of U.S. These losses have taken place post tax cut, teachers strikes and a growing resurgence in class i.e. THIS YEAR. They take place while investment struggle organizing and strike action by nurses and lags and almost all economists say corporations are airline workers as we march on May Day. The rights of the mid-west labor to the workers struggles in the Middle East and movement which used class struggle methods to everywhere in the fight for world socialist build the Teamsters and the CIO are mostly history revolution, not abandoning them to their own now, ignored by labor officialdom and contained brutal comprador bourgeoisie. 

Defeat the ruling class and fight for socialism, we Trump’s presidency really is only sustained at this have to defeat the fake leaders of the working class point by public relations. The fight clearer all the time that Democrats are not for working class political independence leads interested in impeaching Trump this year, talking through the formation of rank and file class increasingly that they will not seek to impeach him struggle committees in the unions challenging to next year, while many echo the former FBI chief bring class struggle methods back. 

Keywords: [“work”,”Class”,”revolution”]
Source: https://www.scribd.com/document/381767749/Class-Struggle-125-June…

Profit-Donation Capitalism

As consumers re-direct their purchasing power away from products sold by these conventional corporations and toward products sold by Profit-Donating Businesses, the rich earn less revenue to finance their lobbying. PDC calls upon individuals and philanthropic public service organizations to create a vast network of tens of thousands of Profit-Donating Businesses that sell products, and donate 100 percent of their profit to important causes. Successful Profit-Donating Businesses like the ones listed here already exist, demonstrating the viability of this profit-donating business model. We as shoppers choose the same-price, same-quality products sold by Profit-Donating Businesses over those offered by conventional companies so that 100 percent of the profit from what we buy can fund the charities and causes we care about. We would especially value the opportunity to support these causes at no personal cost by simply buying from Profit-Donating Business the products we would ordinarily buy from conventional businesses, while paying the same price for same-quality products. 

While Profit-Donation Capitalism can as the Profit-Donating Businesses listed on this site demonstrate, develop and grow naturally and independently, a centralized organizational leadership can more quickly spearhead the establishment of an extensive global network of thousands of these Profit-Donating Businesses. Because of their philanthropic purpose, and because their selling point of donating all of their profit is a relatively new concept within fields like economics, marketing, advertising, and not-for-profit management, Profit-Donating Businesses can arrange to have the research conducted cost-free by the marketing departments of colleges and universities throughout the world. The university’s marketing department can then conduct the Profit-Donating Businesses’s market research in exchange for some of the Profit-Donating Business’s profit being donated to the education center. To ensure the greatest success of Profit-Donation Capitalism and of individual Profit-Donating Businesses extensive collaboration among existing and prospective Profit-Donating Businesses is a wiser strategy. The media now covers new Profit-Donating Businesses who periodically introduce new products. 

A simultaneous introduction of as many new Profit-Donating Businesses selling new products to benefit one or more popular causes and charities will attract the broadest media coverage; an invaluable asset to all Profit-Donating Businesses. Initially, Profit-Donating Businesses should refrain from competing in markets against other Profit-Donating Businesses. 

Keywords: [“Profit-Donating”,”product”,”Businesses”]
Source: http://profitdonationcapitalism.com

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-27-2018

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Home Depot Founder: Pope Francis’ Criticism Of Capitalism Will Scare Away Rich People – ThinkProgress

Neither Langone nor Dolan, who appeared on the network separately, revealed the identity of the donor in question. Some people continue to defend trickle-down theories which assume that economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inevitably succeed in bringing about greater justice and inclusiveness in the world. This opinion, which has never been confirmed by the facts, expresses a crude and naïve trust in the goodness of those wielding economic power and in the sacralized workings of the prevailing economic system. To sustain a lifestyle which excludes others, or to sustain enthusiasm for that selfish ideal, a globalization of indifference has developed. Almost without being aware of it, we end up being incapable of feeling compassion at the outcry of the poor. 

As Elizabeth Stoker points out, the Pope’s point is fundamentally theological, not political, and thus policy differences between capitalism in Argentina and in American are irrelevant. The idea that possessing significant wealth inherently makes it harder to behave morally is a bedrock part of Christian ethical thought. In a well-known passage from the New Testament, a rich man asks Christ what he must do to fully follow God’s law. 

Keywords: [“Langone”,”rich”,”people”]
Source: https://thinkprogress.org/home-depot-founder-pope-francis…

Can Capitalism Be Compassionate?

The global economy can be confusing and terrifying. Mr. Eanfar’s work is based on over 20 years of unique experience in economics, financial technologies, blockchain/cryptocurrency development, artificial intelligence, and military and government affairs. Three key points in the book deal with issues of defining value, following a vision, and managing innovation. Value: Mr. 

Eanfar notes that money is not value itself; it represents value. Rather than focusing on money alone, he advises organizations to focus on theway value flows through their stakeholder ecosystems, which benefits all parties in the long run. Innovation: Artificial intelligence, cryptocurrency, and other technological innovations can be used for good or ill. Mr. Eanfar dedicates a chapter of the book to the impact of artificial intelligence [AI] on government and the economy. 

All book sales proceeds support the nonprofit AngelPay Foundation: https://AngelPayHQ.org. 

Keywords: [“Eanfar”,”percent”,”value”]
Source: http://www.usforacle.com/web/view.php/36094/Can-Capitalism-Be-Compassionate

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Eanfar notes that money is not value itself; it represents value. Rather than focusing on money alone, he advises organizations to focus on theway value flows through their stakeholder ecosystems, which benefits all parties in the long run. Innovation: Artificial intelligence, cryptocurrency, and other technological innovations can be used for good or ill. Mr. Eanfar dedicates a chapter of the book to the impact of artificial intelligence [AI] on government and the economy. 

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Competitive Enterprise Institute

It’s much more fashionable to attack Adam Smith these days than to read him. Yes, he favored economic liberalism, which wasn’t exactly in style in his time. There are two main drivers behind Smithian liberalism, neither of them cold or calculating. The foundation of Smith’s moral theory is the impartial spectator theory. Smith is well known for being an ardent free trader. 

The second driver of Smith’s brand of market capitalism is compassion for the poor. Liberalism properly understood – free markets, free trade, free migration, etc. Creates more wealth more quickly than any other economic system. In Smith’s time, the average person worldwide made around $3 per day. Today, in countries that have embraced liberalism, you can make $100 a day and consider yourself middle class. 

Rejecting liberalism means forcing the poor to miss out on the Great Fact. Smith favored liberalism because it is not only moral, it makes life better for the poor. 

Keywords: [“liberalism”,”Smith”,”trade”]
Source: https://cei.org/blog/compassion-adam-smith

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-26-2018

Seems like the Pope Has Conservative Paul Ryan Rattled

When 1.3 million Americans lose their unemployment benefits on Saturday, they can thank Rep. Paul Ryan. Friends say the man who once worshipped Ayn Rand now takes Pope Francis as his moral role model. It’s true that while knuckle-draggers like Rush Limbaugh attack the pope as a Marxist, Ryan has praised him, which I guess takes a tiny bit of courage since normally Republicans don’t like to buck the leader of their party. Beltway journalists would have us believe Ryan’s love for the guy from Argentina is triggering genuine new interest in helping the poor. 

I admit, I have been immune to Ryan’s various efforts to brand himself as a bright and innovative Republican over the years – and I continue to be. Now we’re supposed to believe Ryan is going to deliver an anti-poverty agenda as soon as the spring. Ryan’s prescription for the poor is, and always has been, a dose of discipline. Woodson apparently finds Ryan a one-man enterprise zone for restoring his national profile. When asked what Ryan has done tangibly for the poor, the Republican came up with one word: neckties. 

Apparently, according to Woodson, Ryan sent neckties to a classroom of teenagers after one admired his while he was visiting. In the spirit of the holiday season, I have to admit there’s something a little bit touching about Ryan’s insistence that the GOP needs an anti-poverty agenda. I have no doubt Pope Francis would support extended unemployment benefits, and a host of other policies to make life easier for poor people and help them find genuine opportunity. 

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Source: http://www.alternet.org/economy/paul-ryan-lectures-pope-about-capitalism

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Spiritual Capitalism

Dana Zohar and Ian Marshall, who wrote the book, Spiritual Capital: Wealth We Can Live By, are a fascinating, couple married to each other. Marshall is a Jungian-oriented psychiatrist and psychotherapist. The authors argue that material capitalism, the kind that predominates in America’s corpocracy, is unsustainable, depleting our natural resources, creating political and social instability, eroding our moral standards, and degrading the very meaning of life in terms of its deepest values and aspirations. Maybe their examples unwittingly help to validate their assertion that material capitalism is in a state of crisis. There is much about Zohar and Marshall’s views and ideas with which I agree, such as their view that the capitalism prevailing today is unsustainable and thus needs to be transformed, not totally dismantled. 

The authors are creative thinkers who forced me repeatedly to think outside my own relatively narrow paradigms. At the same time, the authors’ analysis of the problem and their proposed remedy are too unbalanced and insufficient. Material capitalism is far more than a crisis of motivation. Many other factors contribute to the failings of traditional capitalism. Relying on a critical mass of business people to shift upwards their spiritual intelligence is naïve and simplistic. 

The Peoples’ Capitalism, the last of the 10-Part Series. This article was posted on Friday, June 1st, 2018 at 11:35pm and is filed under Book Review, Capitalism. 

Keywords: [“capitalism”,”Spiritual”,”authors”]
Source: https://dissidentvoice.org/2018/06/spiritual-capitalism

Compassionate Cannabis

Members and staff of BCCCS at its thirteenth birthday celebration. Dwight joined the BCCCS on the recommendation of his doctor, and he now sits on the non-profit organization’s board. Founded in 1997, the BCCCS is the longest-running medical cannabis dispensary in the Americas, and one of the largest in Canada. Conditions like Dwight’s are why most patients come to the BCCCS – they need safety-tested, high-quality medicine with education on effective use. The BCCCS model is holistic, based on a price-subsidized Wellness Centre, where members receive treatments in ten different healthcare practices, from reiki to nutritional counselling. 

Cannabis can be helpful with confronting addictions such as heroin, cocaine, speed, pharmaceuticals, and alcohol. The BCCCS subsidizes medical cannabis for its members with a number of low-income strains. The BCCCS works closely with contracted growers to check all supplies carefully for contaminants. A Vancouver lab works with the Society to make sure there are no molds, mildews, or toxins in their cannabis. A variety of products are available such as dry cannabis, hashish, edible products like cookies, alcohol-based tinctures, and topical applications. 

Compassion clubs such as the BCCCS exist in a legal grey area. Canada’s federal Senate Special Committee on Illegal Drugs commended the BCCCS as the best model of providing medical cannabis. 

Keywords: [“BCCCS”,”cannabis”,”member”]
Source: https://nacla.org/article/compassionate-cannabis

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-25-2018

FFM: Compassionate Conservative

I am a Republican who has taken a sabbatical until my party gets back to being what George Bush called a compassionate conservative. This is one who believes in free enterprise, competition and having a strong government to control free markets. These conservatives also recognize there are some objectives of society that are better overseen by government rather than the private sector. My Republican party recognizes free markets purpose is to help meet the needs of society. Society is not here to meet the needs of free markets. 

Government has the responsibility of being a fair referee ensuring our markets are indeed free and not controlled by a few entities depriving society of the wonders of competition. Many conservatives today forgot what Milton and Rose Friedman in their book, Capitalism and Freedom, said of the role of government in a free society. These functions are generally those providing benefits to society as a whole including defense, basic research and development, preservation and optimal utilization of our natural resources including its people, education, care for the poor and needy, building and maintaining the countries infrastructure and of course the protection of free markets from corruption and unscrupulous behavior. Sometimes both parties lose their way and presently it is my party, the Republican Party, that has gotten too far off track and needs to take corrective action. The Democrats have also made blunders including their handling of health care reform. 

We needed health care reform but it went too far and the Democrats, and the country, are now paying the price of not allowing sufficient Republican input into the passage of the bill. 

Keywords: [“free”,”society”,”markets”]
Source: http://www.freeourfreemarkets.org/2013/04/compassionate-conservative.html

Op-Ed: Capitalism and spirituality, part two – The Stanford Daily

Sadhguru has a huge following in India and internationally. This language, with Sadhguru’s brilliance and humor, has made him an appealing guru around Silicon Valley. Four years ago I attended another public conversation with Sadhguru at Stanford. Having gotten a glimpse of his economic and social ideas at that time, I wasn’t surprised to hear that he is now teaming up with a leader in the private equity world to talk about the compatibility of capitalism and spirituality. Sadhguru presented what struck me as a troubling version of trickle-down spiritual economics. 

Sadhguru proposed that he would spiritually transform the billionaires, and they would solve the problems of inequality and suffering among those who are economically below them. I am sure that when Sadhguru teaches meditation, pranayama and yoga asanas along with inspiring wisdom and delightful humor, to millionaires, billionaires and rising tech workers and entrepreneurs, they will feel better about themselves and become more effective at what they do. Perhaps corporate leaders will buy more massage chairs and other instruments of well-being for their employees; perhaps they will make more donations to good causes. The 2000 leading Indians, or the 85 billionaires, will for the most part resist, threaten, lie to and attack them. Another disturbing aspect of Sadhguru’s talk was his allusion to transformation in India. 

Modi has positioned himself as the promoter of business and economic growth and as the strong leader India needs. Googling Sadhguru + Modi will bring up videos of Sadhguru meeting with or speaking highly of Modi. 

Keywords: [“Sadhguru”,”lead”,”Business”]
Source: https://www.stanforddaily.com/2018/04/19/op-ed-capitalism-and…

Integral to Compassionate Capitalism

Every CEO & Angel Investor needs to hear the insights Karen and Jim will discuss on this segment of the Compassionate Capitalist Radio Podcast. All of that is described in the book and Jim shares tactical and strategic plans for CEOs in his book, Igniting Purpose Driven Leadership, that can lead to sustainable and profitable growth by figuring out how to shift your team to abundance by unleashing their creativity. This is important for investors to understand as well because if the team is too focused on just one innovation, they risk stagnation a few years in to the project and hitting a plateau that will limit their ability to produce the return on investment you expect. About Jim Nevada: Jim is the CEO of the Nevada Group, which helps executives create a purpose-driven culture that attracts and keeps top talent, so they can experience rapid growth and higher profitability. Jim has extensive executive experience, including 20 years as Chief Financial Officer of publicly-traded and privately-held professional service firms, and served as President in one of the largest firms in the sector. 

He also has many years of experience in M&A, having worked on numerous transactions, including some of the largest deals in the sector. About Karen Rands: Karen has been working with entrepreneurs on growth and expansion strategies and access to capital for over 15 years. She has been active in the Angel Investor and Venture Capital community for over 10 years. Her best selling book, Inside Secrets to Angel Investing, is the foundation for the Compassionate Capitalist Movement. 

Keywords: [“years”,”Jim”,”Investor”]
Source: https://www.karenrands.co/igniting-purpose-driven-leadership…

10 Different Types of Libertarianism

The popular sci-fi novel Jennifer Government describes a system that is very close to anarcho-capitalist. Civil libertarians believe that the government should not pass laws that restrict, oppress, or selectively fail to protect people in their day-to-day lives. Civil libertarians may or may not also be fiscal libertarians. Classical liberals agree with the words of the Declaration of Independence: That all people have basic human rights, and that the sole legitimate function of government is to protect those rights. Fiscal libertarians believe in free trade, low taxes, and minimal corporate regulation. 

Most traditional Republicans are moderate fiscal libertarians. Geolibertarians are fiscal libertarians who believe that land can never be owned, but may be rented. Libertarian socialists agree with anarcho-capitalists that government is a monopoly and should be abolished, but they believe that nations should be ruled instead by work-share cooperatives or labor unions instead of corporations. The philosopher Noam Chomsky is the best known American libertarian socialist. Like anarcho-capitalists and libertarian socialists, minarchists believe that most functions currently served by the government should be served by smaller, non-government groups. 

At the same time they believe that a government is still needed to serve a few collective needs, such as military defense. Neolibertarians are fiscal libertarians who support a strong military and believe that the U.S. government should use that military to overthrow dangerous and oppressive regimes. 

Keywords: [“Libertarian”,”believe”,”government”]
Source: https://www.thoughtco.com/what-kind-of-libertarian-are-you-721655

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-24-2018

Will Capitalism Ruin Other Planets After It Ruins Earth? – Collective Evolution

Monsanto published a study a few years ago which purported to demonstrate the effects of GMO maize on rats over a 90 day period. Given the fact that there are no long term studies examining the health risks associated with GMOs, independent researchers then decided to conduct the same study, with one difference: Their study lasted over a year rather than a mere three months. The study was published in November of 2012, in the Journal of Food and Chemical Toxicology, and then instantly retracted. The study was then re-published in multiple peer-reviewed scientific journals, like Environmental Sciences Europe. Another study published in the British Medical Journal by researchers at the Nordic Cochrane Center in Copenhagen showed that pharmaceutical companies were not disclosing all information regarding the results of their drug trials. 

Researchers looked at documents from 70 different double-blind, placebo-controlled trials of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors and found that the full extent of serious harm in clinical study reports went unreported. It’s offered to anybody, including journalists and scientists, who can provide a study showing that it is safe to inject mercury into babies. Dr. William Thompson, a longtime senior CDC scientist, published some of the most commonly cited pro-vaccine studies, which showed that there was absolutely no link between the MMR vaccine and autism. A study with revised information and no data omitted was published by Dr. 

Brian Hooker in the peer reviewed journal Translational Neurodegeneration, and it found a 340% increased risk of autism in African American boys receiving the Measles-mumps-rubella vaccine. The study has since been retracted, around the same time this controversy arose. You can read the full study here unsurprisingly, it has since been retracted. A great example is the corporate takeover of science, as discussed in this article, but another one could be the Snowden Leaks on mass surveillance, or 9/11. Studies are now being published by physicists and engineers regarding that event. 

Keywords: [“study”,”publish”,”science”]
Source: http://www.collective-evolution.com/2017/06/21/will-capitalism-ruin-other…

Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. was an American Baptist minister and activist who became the most visible spokesperson and leader in the civil rights movement from 1954 through 1968. Martin Luther King Jr. Day was established as a holiday in numerous cities and states beginning in 1971, and as a U.S. federal holiday in 1986. 

King’s legal name at birth was Michael King, and his father was also born Michael King, but the elder King changed both his and his son’s names around 1934. King was a middle child, between an older sister, Christine King Farris, and a younger brother, A.D. King. The same year that Martin Luther King was assassinated, she established the King Center in Atlanta, Georgia, dedicated to preserving his legacy and the work of championing nonviolent conflict resolution and tolerance worldwide. I’d like somebody to mention that day that Martin Luther King Jr. 

tried to give his life serving others. I’d like for somebody to say that day that Martin Luther King Jr. tried to love somebody. Observed for the first time on January 20, 1986, it is called Martin Luther King Jr. Day. 

On January 17, 2000, for the first time, Martin Luther King Jr. Day was officially observed in all fifty U.S. states. In the United Kingdom, The Northumbria and Newcastle Universities Martin Luther King Peace Committee exists to honor King’s legacy, as represented by his final visit to the UK to receive an honorary degree from Newcastle University in 1967. The Peace Committee operates out of the chaplaincies of the city’s two universities, Northumbria and Newcastle, both of which remain centres for the study of Martin Luther King and the US civil rights movement. 

In turn, both Gandhi and Martin Luther King had read Tolstoy, and King, Gandhi and Tolstoy had been strongly influenced by Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. 

Keywords: [“King”,”right”,”civil”]
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Luther_King,_Jr.

The Christian Science Monitor Daily for March 28, 2018

After more than a month of Syrian government and Russian bombardment that has claimed 1,700 lives and seen the loss of 90 percent of the last rebel enclave in the suburbs east of Damascus, the residents of eastern Ghouta have only three stark choices. The evacuations started last week and gained momentum, with more than 101 buses leaving early Tuesday for Syrian rebel-held territory near the border with Turkey. All felt they would not be safe or at ease living in an area controlled by the Syrian regime. The Damascus suburb served as a launching pad for rebel attacks on the Syrian capital. One of the major Syrian rebel groups in the area, Failak al-Rahman, an Islamist group that has taken part in UN-sponsored peace talks in Geneva, agreed to evacuate last Friday. 

Russian and Syrian forces launched a full-scale assault on eastern Ghouta Feb. 18, dividing and defeating one rebel pocket after the other despite the UN cease-fire. As part of the deal, thousands of Syrian opposition fighters and their families, as well as civilians, have been heading to Idlib, a province in the north and the largest remaining area outside government control. He fears Idlib, the main recipient of various vanquished elements of the Syrian armed opposition, will suffer a fate as brutal or worse than eastern Ghouta. Reflecting the climate of fear synonymous with the Syrian regime even before the war, both shunned communications for days after their arrival and felt ill at ease to report much beyond their immediate survival. Syrian state TV estimates that more than 110,000 people have been absorbed into regime-held areas. 

A video circulating on YouTube showed a Syrian government minister handing out water to thirsty crowds only after they chanted pro-regime slogans. Syrian troop movements suggest a fresh onslaught is in the cards in the absence of a deal. 

Keywords: [“Syrian”,”leave”,”more”]
Source: https://www.csmonitor.com/Daily/2018/20180328

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-23-2018

Why Capitalism is The Most Compassionate System On Earth

Understanding the debate around ‘compassionate capitalism’

NR Narayana Murthy has flagged the issue of distributive justice in corporate India – the widening gap between the top earners and the bulk of those lower down, especially at a time when the economy is slowing. As the West debated unconscionably high executive salaries and compensation, the fabled investor Warren Buffett observed that the way to get fatcat corporates to change was to embarrass them. Since Sikka made his announcement on August 18, a wider debate has raged over whether a founder who has stepped down and is not a dominant shareholder, ought to indulge in the kind of public campaign that NRN mounted – rather than making an unambiguous choice between total detachment and committing himself to addressing Infy’s challenges as part of the board. The debate has also touched on issues of conformity to a company’s core cultural values and ethos. Murthy has flagged the issue of distributive justice in corporate India – the widening gap between the top earners and the bulk of those lower down, especially at a time when the economy is slowing. 

Compensation for the top deck has continued to soar higher above the company median in some of India’s celebrated private banks – at least one of which, interestingly, had an Infy-like culture of granting stock until some years ago. The National Stock Exchange of India Ltd was in a controversy regarding payouts to top executives. The counter-argument, of course, is that these practices are not illegal, and have the sanction of the board of directors and shareholders. In his annual letter to shareholders in 2006, Buffett made the point that compensation reform will only occur if the largest institutional shareholders demand a fresh look at the system. In India, the largest shareholder is LIC, which is owned by the government. 

Regulators in India have been careful not to intervene – even though the central bank has, in the past, shot down proposals from private and foreign banks to offer sign-on bonuses and parachutes designed to protect bosses who are fired. That’s the question shareholders – especially institutional shareholders – must put to those on the boards and the compensation and audit committees of many Indian firms. 

Keywords: [“company”,”shareholder”,”India”]
Source: https://indianexpress.com/article/explained/understanding-the-debate-around-compassionate-capitalism-n-r-narayana-murthy-infosys-vishal-sikka-n-r-narayana-murthy-4805857/

This conglomerate is compromised of 25 booming companies fully registered in the United Kingdom. These are social Enterprise companies that aim at making available basic services to the most disadvantaged communities in and around the globe begining with Uganda with head offiçe at Kitintale, Kampala. The compassionate Capitalism philosophy used by development channel is relatively new to Africa and Uganda in particular. Simply put, it’s where you get paid for making a purchase. Starting with Uganda as the base in Africa, Charles Lambert, the founder of this organisation and chairman of foreign investors in Uganda, has stimulated the local population by opening up the opportunity to become a shareholder in this conglomerate through a one time risk free investment. 

How this works:Through the one time purchase of the amazingly unique NoDropout iPad,at only 1,008,000Ugx, you get two after-sale benefits freely from the company. This opportunity is opened up to a limited number of individuals. Besides being a shareholder, members will be opened up to various services offered by each individual company within the conglomerate. Students will have the opportunity to earn an income after accomplishing tasks which will be sent to them on the app being designed and unique to Development Channel. There are also teacher programs, single parent services, travel services and opportunities, startup capital financing with no collateral, house construction services just to mention but a few. 

Development channel is also going to be among the largest employers in Uganda by making available 5000 jobs in the call center being established in Bukoto, Uganda. Hurry to take up this risk free investment opportunity and earn a consistent monthly income while the opportunity lasts. 

Keywords: [“Uganda”,”opportunity”,”services”]
Source: https://steemit.com/uganda/@menorah/compassionate-capitalism

Integral to Compassionate Capitalism 06/12 by Karen Rands

Every CEO & Angel Investor needs to hear the insights Karen and Jim will discuss on this segment of the Compassionate Capitalist Radio Podcast. All of that is described in the book and Jim shares tactical and strategic plans for CEOs in his book, Igniting Purpose Driven Leadership, that can lead to sustainable and profitable growth by figuring out how to shift your team to abundance by unleashing their creativity. This is important for investors to understand as well because if the team is too focused on just one innovation, they risk stagnation a few years in to the project and hitting a plateau that will limit their ability to produce the return on investment you expect. About Jim Nevada: Jim is the CEO of the Nevada Group, which helps executives create a purpose-driven culture that attracts and keeps top talent, so they can experience rapid growth and higher profitability. Jim has extensive executive experience, including 20 years as Chief Financial Officer of publicly-traded and privately-held professional service firms, and served as President in one of the largest firms in the sector. 

He also has many years of experience in M&A, having worked on numerous transactions, including some of the largest deals in the sector. About Karen Rands: Karen has been working with entrepreneurs on growth and expansion strategies and access to capital for over 15 years. She has been active in the Angel Investor and Venture Capital community for over 10 years. Her best selling book, Inside Secrets to Angel Investing, is the foundation for the Compassionate Capitalist Movement. 

Keywords: [“years”,”Jim”,”Investor”]
Source: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/karen-rands/2018/06/12/igniting-purpose-driven-leadership–integral-to-compassionate-capitalism

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-22-2018


Why Capitalism is The Most Compassionate System On Earth

The Art and Science of Contemplative Practice

Mindfulness and Compassion: The Art and Science of Contemplative Practice For thousands of years the art of contemplative practice has been used to explore the nature of mind and its potential. Today the emerging science of contemplative practice promises to shed new light on these essential human questions. Facilitating conversation between these two worlds may provide a catalytic mutual benefit, exploring how contemplative practice and scientific research can best inform each other for a greater common good. Dr. Briggs’s research interests include the renin-angiotensin system, circadian regulation of blood pressure, and policy and ethical issues around clinical research. 

Robert A.F. Thurman is the Jey Tsong Khapa Professor of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Studies in the Department of Religion at Columbia University, President of the Tibet House U.S., a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Tibetan civilization, and President of the American Institute of Buddhist Studies, a non-profit affiliated with the Center for Buddhist Studies at Columbia University and dedicated to the publication of translations of important texts from the Tibetan Tengyur. Dr. Britton holds a B.A. in Neuroscience and a Ph.D. 

in Clinical Psychology, and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Psychiatry and Public Health at Brown Medical School and Research Director of the Brown University Contemplative Studies Initiative. Geoffrey Samuel is Emeritus Professor in the School of History, Archaeology and Religion at Cardiff University and Director of the Body, Health and Religion Research Group, and an Honorary Associate of the Department of Indian Sub-Continental Studies at the University of Sydney, Australia. Dr. Saron has had a long-standing interest in the effects of contemplative practice. Dr. 

Rosenberg is a senior teacher at Stanford University’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education and a faculty member at The Nyingma Institute of Tibetan Studies in Berkeley. In his research, he has investigated historical changes in meanings of mindfulness and meditation, ethics and politics of the mindfulness movement, mindfulness meditation as a psychosocial research methodology, interactional aspects of ‘inquiry’ sequences in mindfulness courses, rhetoric of promotion in mindfulness self-help books, and pluralism in mindfulness-based mental health care interventions. His teaching explores mindfulness and socially engaged Buddhism as styles of contemplative education for social science and Social Work. Dr. Shapiro is the recipient of the American Council of Learned Societies teaching award, acknowledging her outstanding contributions to graduate education, as well as a Contemplative Practice fellow of the Mind and Life Institute co-founded by the Dalai Lama. 

Keywords: [“research”,”Buddhist”,”study”]
Source: http://www.cmc-ia.org/mcc2015

Dreaming Beyond Capitalism: A Culture Without Fear – Kosmos Journal

Soon after white people did approach them, coming to them however with supportive intentions – a group of activists from the United States, searching for ways to protect Indigenous Peoples from the oil industry. Rewarding people with profit and status for the most competitive and destructive behavior, worshiping the golden calf of maximal economic growth, capitalism has effectively manufactured and then exploited people’s dream image. The First Peoples used this word specifically because they could not fathom any other explanation for the behavior of the European colonialists. Patriarchal conditioning – carried out worldwide, generation after generation, with the most aggressive means – has created a cultural matrix of violence and fear, which at present nearly all of humanity more or less unconsciously follows. Duhm started out as a leading Marxist writer during the anti-imperialist struggles of the 1960s and 70s in Germany, when he asked himself how it could be that billions of people comply with and obey the rules of society without being forced to do so. 

Working as a psychoanalyst, he faced the same basic structure in all his patients – no matter whether they suffered depression, heartache or schizophrenia – deep-rooted existential fear. For Duhm, the consequence was clear: If we want to escape from the wetiko disease of our current capitalist culture, we need a credible concept for a new nonviolent global society and for transforming the old matrix of fear and violence into a new matrix of trust, compassion and cooperation. Healing wetiko would be nothing short of reinventing our entire civilization and basing human existence on new social, ethical, spiritual and sexual foundations allowing profound trust between people as well as between humans and animals. In 1978 Duhm started out with a group of people to engage in an interdisciplinary research project for social and ecological sustainability to develop precisely such a concept. Having witnessed the failure of countless communes in the 1970s, most due to unresolved interpersonal conflicts around money, power and sex, the project focused its cultural experiment on creating new social structures able to resolve the psychological substratum of fear. 

In order to subjugate people under their systems of dominance, patriarchal rulers systematically destroyed tribal communities, thereby inflicting a profound collective trauma onto humanity. As we are reaching the pinnacle of a culture of global wetiko, the last throes of late-stage capitalism, healing our collective trauma, re-establishing functioning communities based on trust, and making our human existence compatible with the biosphere and nature again, may well be our only opportunity to secure ourselves and our children a future worth living on Spaceship Earth. 

Keywords: [“fear”,”people”,”Human”]
Source: https://www.kosmosjournal.org/news/dreaming-beyond-capitalism-a…

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 06-21-2018

Can Capitalism Be Compassionate?

The global economy can be confusing and terrifying. Mr. Eanfar’s work is based on over 20 years of unique experience in economics, financial technologies, blockchain/cryptocurrency development, artificial intelligence, and military and government affairs. Three key points in the book deal with issues of defining value, following a vision, and managing innovation. Value: Mr. 

Eanfar notes that money is not value itself; it represents value. Rather than focusing on money alone, he advises organizations to focus on theway value flows through their stakeholder ecosystems, which benefits all parties in the long run. Innovation: Artificial intelligence, cryptocurrency, and other technological innovations can be used for good or ill. Mr. Eanfar dedicates a chapter of the book to the impact of artificial intelligence [AI] on government and the economy. 

All book sales proceeds support the nonprofit AngelPay Foundation: https://AngelPayHQ.org. 

Keywords: [“Eanfar”,”percent”,”value”]
Source: http://www.ramaponews.com/web/view.php/36094/Can-Capitalism-Be-Compassionate

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Mr. Eanfar’s work is based on over 20 years of unique experience in economics, financial technologies, blockchain/cryptocurrency development, artificial intelligence, and military and government affairs. Three key points in the book deal with issues of defining value, following a vision, and managing innovation. Value: Mr. Eanfar notes that money is not value itself; it represents value. 

Rather than focusing on money alone, he advises organizations to focus on theway value flows through their stakeholder ecosystems, which benefits all parties in the long run. Innovation: Artificial intelligence, cryptocurrency, and other technological innovations can be used for good or ill. Mr. Eanfar dedicates a chapter of the book to the impact of artificial intelligence [AI] on government and the economy. Frankly and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewith. 

Keywords: [“Eanfar”,”percent”,”value”]
Source: http://www.wboc.com/story/38378495/can-capitalism-be-compassionate

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Keywords: [“book”,”answer”,”manual”]
Source: http://spacic.de/compassionate/capitalism/compassionate_capitalism_marc_r…

What is compassionate capitalism

Compassionate silence very well may be the truest form of compassion we can muster. The minute we open our mouths we run the risk of judgment and scorn, if not implicitly so then very possibly run the risk of what we say being inferred as judgment or scorn. Jane Austen, in Pride and Prejudice use the phrase at least twice to describe Darcy’s compassionate silence for Elizabeth and the new age meditations of manifestation it is compassionate silence that is listed as the very first step to manifesting ones dreams. As brutal and uncaring as the universe can seem, indeed its steady march towards total destruction or endless expansion of coldness and darkness would make it seem as a brutal place and yet surely the universe must be compassionate for it is truly silent on our pain and suffering. 

Keywords: [“Compassionate”,”compassion”,”very”]
Source: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_compassionate_capitalism

Christianity Today

Less than twelve months after students named Andrew Paquin faculty member of the year, the administration of Colorado Christian University dismissed the popular professor. Paquin believes his concerns about free enterprise led to the administration’s May decision. A former U.S. senator, Armstrong joined the suburban Denver college in 2006. Paquin, hired the year before Armstrong, assigned books by Jim Wallis and Peter Singer in his classes. 

His ministry, the 10/10 Project, funds microloans for Kenyans to start their own businesses. Like Colorado Christian, most evangelical colleges and universities expect professors to adhere to confessional tenets. Few adopt statements on political or economic systems. 

Keywords: [“Paquin”,”Armstrong”,”college”]
Source: https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2007/october/8.19.html

A feature length documentary which asks the question: What are we talking about when we talk about “mental illness”

Official Post from Richard Seymour: I.One of the paradoxes of social life in late capitalism is that, even as more and more people abandon certain types of drug – alcohol, tobacco, ecstasy, sex – addictions are on the rise. The angry self, the anxious self, the sad self and then there’s the compassionate self. We head to a workshop which explores the power of cultivating compassion in those who hear voices, and in their therapists. FREE Healing Voices screening including panel discussion with subjects Oryx Cohen and Dan Sullivan tomorrow in Troy, New York starting at 6pm! Brought to you by Mental Health Empowerment Project, Inc. … 

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Keywords: [“self”,”More.See”,”See”]
Source: http://healingvoicesmovie.com

Alleged quote by Churchill: on being a socialist or conservative

Unquote 1.My version of gardening is to maintain a web page of quotations. If a man is not a socialist by the time he is 20, he has no heart. If he is not a conservative by the time he is 40, he has no brain. Mark goes on to provide many similar sayings from a variety of sources. Any man who is not a socialist at age 20 has no heart. 

If he had not become a Communist at 22, I would have disowned him. If he is still a Communist at 30, I will do it then. 

Keywords: [“heart”,”man”,”socialist”]
Source: https://katecarruthers.com/2005/02/alleged-quote-by-churchill-on…